Seplat Energy Plc
Although insecurity in the country and other macroeconomic challenges, coupled with uncertainty in the global economy, may have continued to take a toll on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX)
Energy transition has created huge opportunities in Nigeria as it supports economic and social development, job creation, improved health and education, the Chief Executive Officer, Seplat Energy Plc, Mr. Roger Brown disclosed.
Seplat Energy Plc has kicked off the third edition of its Seplat Teachers Empowerment Programme (STEP) in Benin City, Edo State, empowering a total of 300 teachers from both Edo and Delta States.
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) on Wednesday celebrated the many achievements of Dr ABC Orjiako, the pioneer chairman of Seplat Energy Plc.
Seplat Energy Plc has assured shareholders of its commitment to leverage existing oil resources to develop the nation’s abundant gas reserves and drive transition to cleaner and more efficient fuel for enhanced profitability.
Seplat Energy Plc has posted a profit before tax (PBT) of N34.7 billion in its first-quarter operations against N10.6 billion achieved in the corresponding period in 2021.
More facts have emerged on why the planned acquisition of shallow water assets of Mobil Producing Unlimited, Nigeria (MPNU) is delayed. Seplat, an indigenous energy company, had in February sealed an agreement to acquire...
Seplat Energy Plc, alongside its partners, the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC), has awarded certificates to 220 educational professionals comprising 214 teachers and six Chief Inspectors of Education in Edo...
Notwithstanding a gross profit of N114.2 billion in its 2021 full year operations against N44.83 billion achieved in the corresponding period in 2020, Seplat Energy Plc has unveiled plans to diversify...
Nigerian independent oil and gas company, Seplat, is set to acquire the shallow-water affiliate of ExxonMobil, Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited.
17 Nov 2021
There are indications that migration, especially to Europe and America may continue in Nigeria due to the growing energy and infrastructure crisis.
29 Oct 2021
Nigeria has, in the first 152 days of this year, flared about 85.4 billion standard cubic feet of natural gas, translating to monetary loss of about $510 million (N209 billion), a figure, averaging the three per cent funding to host communities in the 2021 Petroleum Industry Act.